Judge Jeanine Pirro laced into Rep. John Lewis and Rosie O’Donnell on their recent comments about President-elect Donald Trump.
Lewis told “Meet The Press” that he won’t be attending Trump’s inauguration because he didn’t consider Trump to be a legitimate president-elect.
“Pray tell, Congressman, what’s not legitimate?” Pirro said in the “Opening Statement” segment of her show “Justice with Judge Jeanine” Saturday, “Trump won by a large electoral college margin and in spite of efforts to do a recount, which backfired big time, and efforts to influence those faithless electors, nothing changed.”
She said Lewis fought for “equal rights and equal justice”, in the Civil Rights era but wondered why he isn’t doing the same for Trump.
“Did you not take an oath to support the Constitution? You, a Congressman for 30 years know how to amend the Constitution if you don’t like it,” she said before she shifted her attention to O’Donnell and her call for martial law to prevent the inauguration.
“Are you nuts? It’s when the military takes over and we’re at war,” Pirro said. On a personal level Rosie, you would hate it,” Pirro said, noting the standard curfews, checkpoints and military vehicles roaming the streets.
“Put on your big-girl pants and come to grips with the fact Donald Trump is your president,” she continued before she took her to task for her “classless” tweet on Trump’s 10-year-old son Barron.
“Stop thinking you are so damn important!” Pirro said. “Donald J. Trump is the president for the next four years. Deal with it!”
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